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2695 Tofino-Ucluelet Highway, Ucluelet, British Columbia V0R 3A0 Canada
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#6 of 32 Specialty lodging in Ucluelet
Wya Point Resort is situated amongst old-growth forest and private, pristine beaches of the Yuu-thlu-ilth-aht (Ucluelet) First Nation peoples. Located on the rugged and remote west coast of Vancouver Island, we offer luxurious lodge accommodations, waterfront yurts and beachfront camping. We have nine timber lodges that were built to LEED Platinum standards using locally harvested red cedar. Each lodge is uniquely designed by a local carver and artist, and named for an animal of the Yuu-thlu-ilth-aht culture. The lodges come equipped with a full kitchenette, fireplace, bathroom, bedroom (1 or 2), cedar deck and chairs, and floor to ceiling windows that overlook Ucluth beach. Our beachfront yurts are open year-round and have private access to Wya beach. All come with a gas stove for heat, cedar deck and chairs, linens and basic kitchen essentials. While our yurts and lodges have daily housekeeping, guests are advised to bring their own potable drinking water and food.
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Brett R wrote a review Sep 2020
Vancouver Island, Canada2 contributions
The campsite has the most amazing views. We have been here for two years in a row, and enjoy it thoroughly. The showers are a bit of a walk to get to, but they are warm, and you don't have to pay for them (unlike some campgrounds in the area). Also, the hosts are very kind and easy to talk to, if you have any questions.
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Date of stay: September 2020
nobesai3 wrote a review Aug 2020
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This site promised wifi. There was no wifi. It promised showers. There were showers apparently, but where they are, I don’t know. Apparently by the yurts? Far from the camping sites. There was no map of the place that we could find. Parking for our campsite was quite far from our site, so hauling things in and out was a pain. The sites were much smaller than described. And the price was ridiculous for what you get. The beach was rocky but pretty and the waves were great, but I wouldn’t stay here again. I will only visit the area if we can stay at the provincial campground (Green Point).
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
Rachel R wrote a review Jul 2020
Campbell River, Canada7 contributions14 helpful votes
We stayed in campsite 10 with our 23' trailer. It was a bit tight, but doable. The campsite had a lovely peak-a-boo view to the ocean and a large rock with the waves crashing over. The private beach is beautiful and we climbed over the rocks every night to watch the sunset. We were blessed with 5 days of hot sunshine, which is unheard of when you travel to the West Coast. Bathrooms and showers were good, with washing stations for dishes which was convenient as well. We didn't have an issue with having to pack everything away for bears as we had our trailer, but people who complain about having to do that haven't dealt with problem bears before. The only complaint would be the state of the bathrooms in the evening. If a toilet backed up, ran out of TP or paper towel, they weren't attended to until late morning. There were two nights/mornings where there one or more toilets were unusable. All in all, the price tag is a little steep for what you're getting (no power or water) but I would recommend this campsite without hesitation and would come here again.
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Danielle wrote a review Jul 2020
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We stayed in a RV with 3 people & a dog and we could hear the waves all day and night hitting the beach. We could also see the ocean from our campsite which was fabulous. We stayed for 3 nights and enjoyed hiking to Florencia Bay from the entrance to the Wya Resort. The hosts were very informative & helpful-thanks Mitchell. We can’t wait to return.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
Carrie B wrote a review Dec 2019
Sooke, British Columbia, Canada201 contributions47 helpful votes
Westcoast cabins with beautiful finishings and a spectacular view of the ocean. Quiet place away from the fast pace of life. I loved the private, secluded beach out in the middle of nowhere. I left feeling recharged and relaxed.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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CanadaBritish ColumbiaVancouver IslandAlberni-Clayoquot Regional DistrictBarkley SoundUcluelet
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Frequently Asked Questions about Wya Point Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Wya Point Resort?
Nearby attractions include Wild Pacific Trail (2.4 miles), Ucluelet Aquarium (3.0 miles), and Amphitrite Point Lighthouse (4.1 miles).
Is parking available at Wya Point Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Wya Point Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Pluvio restaurant, Heartwood Kitchen, and Jigger's.
Are pets allowed at Wya Point Resort?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Wya Point Resort have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.